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Angela Salt: Can a volunteering boom ever last?

By Angela Salt, Chief Executive of the Girl Guides
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Nerys Anthony: Why we need Systems Change if we’re to achieve impact

By Nerys Anthony, interim Executive Director for Youth Impact at the Children’s Society
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Javed Khan: Can small charities lead partnerships with big charities?

By Javed Khan, former chief executive of Barnardo’s
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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What should the future look like for involving people and communities in the work of charities?

By Helen Garnham, Claire Handy, Lee Holt, Kaneez Shaid.
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Richard Harries: Can we fix the social capital gap?

By Richard Harries, Associate Director of the Institute for Community Studies
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Polly Neate: Can charities achieve social justice?

By Polly Neate, Chief Executive of Shelter
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Young Trustees Movement: How should philanthropy learn from young people?

By Kate Roberts and Amelia Ireland, with thanks to Mita Desai, Callum Pethick and Charlotte Lamb.
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Why we’ve raised a charity bond to drive transformative impact in early years education and care

By Samantha Creme
on 22 June 2022 , 4 minute read

The London Early Years Foundation has launched a £1.5m charity bond. Why did they choose to finance their next phase of growth this way?

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Alison Garnham: After austerity, a pandemic – now the cost of living crisis

By Alison Garnham, Chief Executive, Child Poverty Action Group
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Jonathan Breckon: Where next for the impact and what works agenda?

By Jonathan Breckon, policy fellow at UCL’s Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement and the director of Breckon Consulting Ltd
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Samuel Kasumu: How political should charities be?

By Samuel Kasumu, former no10 adviser and founder of Inclusive Boards
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Chris Sherwood: How can charities make their case to government?

By Chris Sherwood, Chief Executive, RSPCA
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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